Herbs G to W

Herbs G to W

Herbs G to W
Our extensive herb seed selection includes such favourites as mint,sage,rosemary and thyme.

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This is a perennial that can be sown in the autumn. The sweet, slightly aniseed flavoured leaves are usuallu used to sweeten and reduce the acidity in stewed fruits Price for 10 seeds

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Lovely tarragon flavour from the shiny mid-green leaves and it has edible golden flowers too that will provide a splash of colour as summer cools to autumn. Snip fresh sprigs as needed. Plants can reach 60-90cm tall. Grow as Annual. Price for 50 seeds.

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Its origins make this a very hardy plant. Growing to 60cm this has aromatic leaves that are used to flavour poultry, fish, eggs, salads, and salad dressings. Perennial Price for 50 seeds
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A very popular and versatile herb. Use for seasoning (it is particularly good in dishes that need leisurely cooking such as a casserole) and adding to stuffing but don’t stop there: use with fish, tomato sauces, onions, potatoes, carrots, aubergines, peppers and courgettes! This perennial can be clipped to make a low edging to beds and paths. Price for 100 seeds.
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This low growing variety has tiny leaves that give you the same great flavour for seasoning. The plants can be used as a less formal edging by a path or be planted between paving flags, they also are good as ground cover near other perennials. Price for 100 seeds.
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For full on thyme flavour this variety is hard to beat. If left untrimmed it will grow into a bush about 30cm in size but as it is evergreen, aromatic and will be covered in masses of flowers in the spring trimming needn’t be a priority! Oh are the leaves are large, almost fleshy & rounded: easy to pick, chop and sprinkle. Perennial. Price for 100 seeds

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Really this could not be called anything other than fragrantissimus: an aromatic spicy orange which translates into the flavour. Recommended for stuffings, bouquet garni, soups, stews and stir-frys, add to pies and chutneys and goes well with duck, lamb and chicken. I have even heard it can be used to add flavour to treacle pudding which led me to try some very finely chopped in shortbread… mmmmm. Perennial. Price for 50 seeds

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These will grow to between 60cm and 90cm tall; they can be picked from early summer onwards as a hardier and earlier alternative to spring onions. The leaves can be used like chives. They will flower in their second year. Perennial Price for 50 seeds

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These will grow to 50cm tall. The lower stems have a red tinge. They have a stronger taste than our other Welsh Onion and are also hardier. Perennial Price for 50 seeds
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Foraging for wild garlic is frowned upon, not least because feet might be tramping on other rarer species, so grow some in your own garden as they are happy in the shade (close to a hedge) or in a soggy corner. It is the young leaves and their mild flavour that you will be using: snip some into an omelette, scatter on a pizza as you take it out of the oven, cut into strips and add to casseroles and soup, finely chop for salads… Price for 25 seeds

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